How to Pit Cherries Without Using a Cherry Pitter

Have you ever tried to pit a cherry with a knife? If you have, then you are familiar with the sticky mess that can ensue. To save time and frustration, you can buy and use a fancy cherry pitting gadget, but what if you do not own a special tool? Well, I have fantastic news – you CAN pit without using a store-bought tool!

The clever folks over at Handimania have put together a demonstrative video on how to pit cherries without a pitter. Their clean and easy hack consists of cherries, an empty bottle and chopsticks. It’s so simple that I can’t help but ask, “Why didn’t I think of that?!” Check it out:

How do YOU pit cherries?

  • Do you have a cherry pitting hack that you would like to share?
  • Are you going to try the hack shown in this video or does using a pitting tool make more sense to you?

Chime into the discussion by leaving a comment below this article!

Photo credit

  1. www.handimania.com
  2. www.wholefoods.com

 

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Founder and CEO of BambooCore
Jennifer is a certified NASM Personal Trainer, MovNat Trainer, and a C.H.E.K Holistic Lifestyle/Nutrition Coach. As the Founder and CEO of BambooCore Fitness, she delivers sustainable lifestyle, nutrition and movement strategies to people looking to improve their health and performance.

When she is not slaying fat and building muscle, Jennifer can be found trekking barefoot, traveling, cooking and refining her photography skills. She also enjoys reading and writing about food culture, history and the science of human movement.
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Founder and CEO of BambooCore
Jennifer is a certified NASM Personal Trainer, MovNat Trainer, and a C.H.E.K Holistic Lifestyle/Nutrition Coach. As the Founder and CEO of BambooCore Fitness, she delivers sustainable lifestyle, nutrition and movement strategies to people looking to improve their health and performance.

When she is not slaying fat and building muscle, Jennifer can be found trekking barefoot, traveling, cooking and refining her photography skills. She also enjoys reading and writing about food culture, history and the science of human movement.

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